Case studies

SWADS

As funders Wiltshire Community Foundation were invited along to An Exhibition of Artwork by Michael Freeman at SWADS centre on Milton Road Swindon

Grant awarded: 
£10,000

The Legacy

Joan Williams and her late husband Lyn were teachers.

The Local Champions

John and his late wife Sue created a charitable fund because of their strong roots in Wiltshire.

Seeds4Success

Seeds4Success (S4S) is a small youth work charity based in South West Wiltshire

Grant awarded: 
£10,000

Pathfinders (Swindon)

Pathfinders promote personal development of disabled young people and adults through challenging activities. 

Grant awarded: 
£2,000

The Jubilee Centre

The Jubilee Centre offers day care and drop-in services for older people.

The organisation:

Grant awarded: 
£4,386

The Rupert Smith Memorial Fund

Barry and Liz Smith created The Rupert Smith Fund in memory of their son who died aged 19.  Rupert was a keen musician and sportsman. 

The John Cowe Memorial Fund

Sue Phipps received a legacy following the death of her brother, John Cowe. 

Seeing is Hearing (Wiltshire)

The project runs innovative and educative lip reading support sessions with a trained facilitator. 

The organisation:

Grant awarded: 
£4,800

Waste Not Want Not

WNWN is a furniture recycling charity in one of the most deprived areas of Wiltshire.

The organisation:

Grant awarded: 
£10,000

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